48 conversations cards to help children and families
- explore & express their feelings
- develop the skills to better manage the many changes they may face
- keep the lines of communication open
For children, divorce can be a stressful, sad and confusing time. At any age, children may feel uncertain or angry at the prospect of Mum and Dad splitting up. Talking To Children About Divorce can be used at home and at school to start conversations about the changes that children and families face when going through a divorce.
Use these cards to keep the lines of communication open and help children explore and express their feelings openly.
These cards start will give parents clarity, direction and confidence around the emotional and practical aspects of managing their divorce. They can explore in their own time, at their own speed and at their child’s pace, the many emotions that they may encounter .
For teachers, therapists and childcare professionals, the cards can be used with individuals or small groups. In addition to the powerful questions cards, the pack also contains notes and tips about talking to children about divorce.